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No, It’s Not Too Early to Schedule Heating Maintenance

man with wrench preparing to work on radiator in homeWinter may seem a long way off just yet, but longtime Oklahoma City residents know that when it comes, you do not want to be stuck without a fully functioning and efficiently working heating system. What’s the best way to prevent this from happening?

We’re glad you asked! You can prevent sudden and unexpected heating system breakdowns by scheduling professional heating services in Oklahoma City, OK–namely, maintenance.

Why You Should Schedule Heating Maintenance Early

Routine preventive heating maintenance is beneficial to you as a homeowner for many reasons—it helps keep your system clean, run more efficiently, and avoid large, unexpected breakdowns. With winter really only a couple short months away, it’s time to start thinking about this, and how you’ll keep warm during the cooler months.

Scheduling your heating maintenance early means that when winter does hit, you won’t need to worry about scrambling to find an HVAC professional if something goes wrong with your heater, as we’ll be very busy during this time of the year with other emergency service calls. Contacting a professional now means that you can get your tune-up scheduled and completed on your schedule, before you need your heating system at all.

During this service, our professional technicians will thoroughly inspect and clean your entire system, making any adjustments that might be needed along the way. During this, we will let you know of any repair needs that exist. Tackling these repairs now rather than waiting until later will benefit you in the same way as scheduling early maintenance—you won’t have to worry about technicians being too busy.

You don’t want to take chances with your comfort this coming winter by not scheduling heating maintenance. If you choose to wait anyway, just make sure that you have it done within a year from either the time of installation or your last maintenance appointment. If you have a heat pump, you’ll want to increase this to once every 6 months, as heat pumps are used for both heating in the winter, and cooling in the summer.

At Comfort Incorporated, we keep your family safe, healthy and comfortable–call today, service today!

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